| Character Information
Pantsbully is a large blue person with a prominent unibrow, and big, pink lips. His body is shaped like a bean, and he is usually clad in his light blue underpants. He also wears a black hat with a blue skull on it. In Season 2, he has a much simpler design, and is a lighter shade of blue - the most noticeable change being that he now has two normal eyebrows instead of a unibrow.
Like Larry and Rocky, Pantsbully seems to have many different occupations around Elmore - in "The Third," he appeared as a construction worker, in "The Secret," as a sewer worker, and in "The Ghost," as a street vendor.
In "The Genius," he appeared for a split second on a website called "Being A Genius For Dummies," implying that he may not be very intelligent.
- "The DVD": He briefly appears on Elmore Daily.
- "The Third": He warns Gumball not to go over the freshly laid cement.
- "The Debt": He performs CPR on Mr. Robinson, who did not need it.
- "The End": He is seen in the line at Food N' Stuff.
- "The Dress": He was driving his scooter.
- "The Ghost": Gumball (possessed by Carrie) attacks his hotdog kiosk.
- "The Prank": He and Marvin watch two paramedics pull a bucket off of Richard's head.
- "The Secret": He can be seen working as a sewer worker. He sees Gumball and Darwin in bottles of water, then tells them to find the way to The Wattersons' house.
- "The Genius": He appears in a "Being A Genius For Dummies" window on the computer.
- "The Wand": He appears in one of Richard's flashbacks, along with Marvin, driving his car and Gary was up on top of a ladder at his house.
- "The Curse": He was driving his truck, which gets hit by multiple tires, and crashes into the forest. Later, he is seen driving his truck again to see a Daisyland ticket, which is blown from him.
- "The Job": He appears at Food N' Stuff.
- "The Bumpkin": He can be seen driving a black car on the expressway, and he is seen again at Joyful Burger at the end of the episode.
- "The Authority": He is one of the drivers involved in the car pile-up.
- "The Pony": He was seen in a queue at Ripley 2000.
- "The Hero": He is seen in Gumball's flashback watching Richard's dance in the street.
- "The Dream": He is seen in one of Darwin's dreams where he is naked in public.
- "The Sidekick": He is seen on the main street.
- "The Limit": He can be seen at Elmore Shopping.
- "The Castle": He is one of the guests at the Watterson's house.
- "The Tape": He appears in one of Gumball's videotapes.
- "The Internet": His Season 1 design appeared on a popup window. Later, he is seen in one of the cars involved in a massive car pile-up.
- "The Finale": He is one of the spectators at Richard and Patrick's fight. He later witnesses Hector's rampage.
- "The Kids": He appears walking around when Gumball and Darwin are loitering.
- "The Name": He is in the shopping line at Food N' Stuff.
- "The Extras": His first major role. He appears singing with the other minor characters.
- "The Gripes": He appears in the mob of citizens donating to the Wattersons.
- "The Law": He almost gets run over by the Doughnut Sheriff during his road rage.
- "The Mothers": He appears in the Elmore Mall, and later reappears in a crowd of citizens applauding Nicole.
- "The Password": He is driving a tractor trailer down Elmore Expressway.
- "The Shell": He appears at the school auditorium in the audience watching the play.
- "The Burden": He can be seen at the Elmore Mall.
- "The Butterfly": He can be seen at the Elmore Mall as one of the citizens falling on each other.
- "The Saint": He witnesses Martin choking on the sidewalk.
- "The Oracle": He is one of the many people who want to be the 1,000,000th customer.
- "The Safety": He is part of Darwin's new police force.
- "The Spoiler": He is at the Elmore Cinema.
- "The Countdown": Gumball and Darwin mess with him when he is frozen.
- "The Nobody": He can be seen at the hot dog stand waiting in line.
- "The Downer": He can be seen in the traffic jam caused by Gumball.
- "The Egg": He appears in one of Felicity's flashbacks from "The Hero."
- "The Return": He traps Richard on the highway and later appears in the movies, commenting on the "3D."
- "The Others": He can be seen in the crowd of citizens on the highway.
- "The Check": He is relaxing at his house.
- "The Parking": He takes a parking space.
- "The Romantic": He is seen driving his car when Rocky drives like a lunatic.
- "The Uploads": He can be seen in Hector's video.
- "The Wicked": He flees from Margaret when she goes on a rampage in the mall.
- "The Traitor": He is seen at the cinema.
- "The Origins: Part Two": He is in his van when Darwin asks him to go after the Wattersons.
- "The Signal": He is seen driving his car on the expressway.
- "The Awkwardness": He is seen in the mall shopping.
- "The Nest": He tries to take pictures of Evil Turtle, despite the Doughnut Sheriff's warnings.
- "The Night": He is seen throwing stuff at The Moon.
- "The Roots": He is seen at his van.
- "The Blame": He is one of the parents who burns a pile of books outside the school.
- "The Fury": He yells at Nicole for wrecking his car.
- "The Scam": He is seen chanting to Gumball and Darwin to hunt Gargaroth.
- "The Disaster": He is seen at the mall.
- "The Rerun": He is seen at the mall again.
- "The Boredom": He is seen at the mall once again.
- "The Choices": He appears at Nicole's graduation and when she becomes the president.
- ""The Code": He is seen in his car.
- ""The Stars": He is seen at the cinema watching ManMan.
- ""The Diet": He is seen in the crowd watching Richard.
- ""The Menu": He is seen at the mall walking.
- "The Weirdo": He is seen at the street.
- "The Petals": He is seen working at a hot dog stand at the mall.
- "The Line": He is in the line for Stellar Odyssey.
- "The List": He is seen cheering for Gumball and Darwin during a running contest.
- "The News": He is seen on the news.
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- As shown in "The Debt," he knows CPR.
- In "The Curse," it is shown he owns a truck.
- Like many minor characters on the show, Pantsbully's voice is different in each of his brief appearances.
- He went through one of the most drastic season 2 redesigns.
- In "The Oracle," it is shown he is a father.
- While his physical appearance makes him seem quite young, he appeared in a yearbook featuring Richard, meaning he should be around his age.